Turning Point Community Church
Turning Point Community Church was established in 2003 as an independent, non- denominational congregation. Since that day TPCC has continued to grow and flourish in leading people closer to Jesus. Their mission is simple: Changed lives. Period. TPCC is a warm and engaging environment that averages over 900 people each weekend. They are hungry for God’s Word and ready to apply it to their lives and weave it into the fabric of their families. The community is full of young families which translates into over 20% of weekend attendance being children. This is a church that cares about reaching, growing and deploying the next generation. One of the values of TPCC is creative excellence. And this value is evident in every aspect of ministry.
Turning Point is located on 15 acres in the fastest developing area of Lubbock, TX. Continuing to grow in diversity, TPCC is full of young families. In addition to all the influx of young families and cultural diversity, Lubbock is also the home of Texas Tech University. Lubbock is situated in a prime spot between the major attractions of Texas to the east and the Rocky Mountains to the west.
The next Lead Pastor at Turning Point Community Church is set up for success. As the church embarks on the next season of ministry the next leader will discover such things as a loving congregation, growing attendance, a hard-working, experienced staff and a culture of generosity that provides a great launching pad for effective and satisfying ministry. The Lead Pastor is to provide vision, leadership and accountability to the staff and the church body as they endeavor to help people find and follow Jesus. The challenge for the next lead pastor at Turning Point is to take an already thriving ministry to the next level and beyond. The staff is strong and leading them will require a person who is both confident and humble. The finances are very healthy, and leveraging the human and financial resources to help TPCC become all that it can be will be an energizing opportunity.
A Master’s degree from an accredited seminary is preferred for this position, but a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required. Candidates must have a minimum of 5 years of experience in a supervisory, pastoral role within a church.